If you use Federer's racquet, raise your hand

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by PrimeChoice, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. PrimeChoice

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    This is the Federer racquet club page!
     
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  2. jorel

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    i did but i wanted to win
     
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  3. shogun90

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    Used it at 3.0 Nationals and went 2-1 in doubles. I don't think I would use it for singles, but for doubles it worked for me.
     
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  4. klementine

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    Recently swapped out the leather grip on one of these for a Prince resi-pro syn.grip and lost 11gr in the process.

    Now it's 345gr strung (12.2oz) and 5pts.HL. Still packs a punch but it's much more whippier, user-friendly and has better momentum.

    Will mess around with it but in general I do prefer larger, easier to wield racquets.
     
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  5. PrimeChoice

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    Funny, I too want a leather grip/w tourna grip over it

    Funny, I too feel like I want to serve w/ a federer racquet then Switch to a nedal racquet
     
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  6. klementine

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    ^ Say what? :confused:

    I know understand.
     
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  7. LEEMCMAHON

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    I know a guy at my club hes a 9.1 LTA rating not too sure what that relates to in the American rating system!


    he has no chance of improving whilst playing with that frame!!


    as many people have advised him on this but he says he has to use it as fed is his idol lol


    some people ay
     
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